Bloomfield Police Department

  • Agency: Bloomfield Police Department
  • Address: 711 Ruth Ln, Bloomfield, 87413 NM
  • Chief: Michael R Kovacs (Chief of Police)

Bloomfield Police Department is located at 711 Ruth Ln, Bloomfield, 87413 NM. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael R Kovacs. The Bloomfield Police Department phone number is 505-632-6311.

Bloomfield Police Department News

We are very proud of Lt. Randon Matthews for graduating from the FBI-National Academy today. Here is a short video of him receiving his diploma from FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Please welcome Bloomfield's new School Resource Officer, Derek Booker! We are happy to have Derek part of the Bloomfield Police Department!

**SCAM ALERT** We have received a number of reports of new scams being sent to residents' emails. These include threats by the IRS or FBI or reports that one has large sums of money waiting for them overseas. Please do not open any attachments from these types of emails and DO NOT send them any money or personal information. The IRS and the FBI will not email you if they truly need to contact you. The FBI does have a website to report internet and email scams and we encourage you to report any fraudulant scams there. This website can be found at

Happening in Bloomfield: Holly Gregory, Karlene Heath, Racheal Perez, Marino Vigil, and Darion King organized a peaceful protest in Bloomfield to demand meaningful measures to protect our school kids. Holly stressed she would like to see teachers that are willing to be deputized to be allowed to carry firearms in our schools to be the first line of defense of our children.

Officer K. Davis and K9 Officer Jax were recently thanked by Cub Scout Pack 324.

Press Release: At approximately 6:20 pm on February 18, 2018, Bloomfield Police Officers responded to the 2100 block of East Blanco Blvd in reference to a possible unattended death. Officer Bryce Chambers was first to arrive on scene and discovered the victim, a 21 year old female Bloomfield resident, was deceased after sustaining multiple stab wounds to her neck. Chambers quickly located a suspect, 24 year old Cecilia Trujillo whom was still on scene and had a knife on her person. Chambers detained Trujillo whom was later transported to the Bloomfield Police Department and questioned by Bloomfield Detective, Justen Darby. Trujillo admitted to stabbing the victim after an altercation occurred between the two. Trujillo was transported to the San Juan County Adult Detention Center where she was initially held on a parole violation. Detective Darby subsequently completed and served an arrest warrant for Trujillo for 2nd Degree Murder. The Bloomfield Police Department would like to recognize the San Juan County Sheriff’s Deputies and Detectives for their assistance in working this case. We also appreciate the San Juan County Crime Scene division for processing the scene.

Caught in the Act: The Bloomfield Police Department likes to recognize those individuals that work hard to make Bloomfield a better and safer place. Today Chief Foster went to the Giant on North 1st St and presented Dawn Brigandi a letter of appreciation signed by Responding patrolmen Sergeant Josh Calder and Officer Chase McDonald. The letter recognized actions she and co-worker Chris Albrecht recently took that resulted in the prevention of several drunk drivers. Their observations and quick actions clearly resulted in Bloomfield being a safer place. Great work Dawn and Chris!

Good dog.

Join us at Bloomfield High School on February 13th from 6pm to 8pm for the City of Bloomfield Candidates Forum! Hosted by Gateway City Civitans and Bloomfield High School Student Council.

Earlier this morning, there was a chlorine gas leak at the water treatment plant. The Bloomfield Fire Department has contained the leak and everything is business as usual. Thank you so much for your continued support of our community and to the Fire Department for your quick response!

PSA: All power should now be restored to Aztec and Bloomfield. The Bloomfield Police Department will continue to conduct clean up from the car accident. Thank you all for your patience during this time!

As of 11:38am, all power has been restored. - Thank you! PSA: Please be advised that the City of Bloomfield and City of Aztec may experience a power outage for around 30 minutes starting at approximately 11:10am . We will be keeping everyone updated as we receive information regarding the outage. Thank you so much for your patience!!

The City of Farmington has given us a courtesy call here at City Hall about a car accident on the North side of Bloomfield which has caused a power outage. It could last anywhere from 30 to 40 minutes. Thank you!

Nice to see one of New Mexico’s finest honored for having such a kind heart!

How sad.